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Poor Indoor Air Quality has many side effects such as headaches, nausea, nose bleeds, lethargy and potentially chronic illness.

Too much or too little humidity in the air affects your comfort, your familyís health and the condition of your homeís interior and furnishings.

Low humidity in the winter can cause dry skin and nasal passages, promote the growth of bacteria and viruses and cause static electricity, damage your woodwork and more. Moist air is not only healthier; itís also less expensive to heat than dry air.

High humidity in the summer allows faster growth of bacteria, viruses, dust mites, mould and mildew-cause of all major allergy attacks. High humidity also causes paint to peel, and woodwork to warp, buckle and rot.